Moving can be one a stressful life milestones and with it comes a to-do list a mile long. One of those major to-do list items is changing your address so that you don’t miss that wedding invite or bill.
March 2019 NAGLREP lunch and learn with a Market Update by Matt Fuller. The featured speaker was Cedric Tchante speaking about his escape from persecution in Cameroon and building his life in San Francisco.
Sales Price Real estate contracts generally contain proration language for things such as property taxes, homeowners association dues, management fees, or any other costs that run with the property. In San Francisco, regardless of the number of days in the actual closing month items are prorated based on a 30 day month. The next section […]
As a past president of the San Francisco Association of Realtors, one of the things that fascinated me most during my presidency was how interested people were in my personal stories. So I wanted to start the year off by telling you a story about myself. If you’re reading this, you might be considering hiring […]
The best answer to this question is: it depends on what type of property they are buying. San Francisco’s real estate transfer tax is a City and County tax on the sale or transfer of real estate. When a home buyer is purchasing a single family home, a Tenancy in Common (TIC), or a re-sale […]
Before we collectively dive into some turkey, cranberry and that extra slice of pumpkin pie, let’s work up that appetite by discussing two delicious decisions buyers and sellers face when making and accepting an offer: arbitration and liquidated damages. As a reminder: It’s our philosophy and practice that only clients can make the final decision […]
As one of my favorite brokers once joked, an agent visual inspection disclosure (AVID) is a visual inspection that an agent can do in heels. The point being that both individual sales agents in a transaction (the seller’s agent representing the seller and the buyer’s agent representing the buyer, (if it is dual agency, both individuals […]
How’s the Market? It’s a question that I get… a lot. Real Estate in San Francisco tends to delight, thrill, terrify, or annoy pretty much everyone. So whether I’m standing in line for a cup of coffee, waiting for a car wash, or picking my kiddo up I can pretty much expect to answer this […]